With our first ASI, PPAI, ISS, NNEP, and DAX shows under our belt, we are excited to exhibit at our first NBM (National Business Media) show of the year down in Arlington, Texas. We are excited to see new, old, and potential customers from the Lone Star and other surrounding states. Visit us in booth […]
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Hello out there. We finished up all of the new products in the S&S Activewear catalog that are not missing images. This came to a total of 44 new products processed. Over in the BTC Activewear catalog, we processed 24 new products. We rounded out the week by processing 20 new products in Alphabroder and updating the product views for a few products in Ralawise.
In other news, we are nearly ready to begin work on our second Japanese catalog, Gildan Japan. We are just waiting for the data to be formatted and then we can get down to business. It’s a small catalog, with 53 products, so it shouldn’t take long to get it up and running. Also, I’d mentioned a few weeks back that something was in the works that will make DecoNetwork users offering sublimation very happy. Drum roll, please. We are working with the folks at Condé to add some of their sublimation products to DecoNetwork. We are still working out some logistics, mostly getting appropriate product images for use in the designer, but the ball is rolling. As always, have a great week and check back next Friday for more catalog news.
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Dye Sublimation Printing
Are you ready to print high definition artwork onto fabrics? I’m talking about mind-blowing artwork that would prove too difficult for traditional printing methods. What method am I talking about then? Dye sublimation printing of course! Dye sublimation printing is a modern marvel of printing that allows you to apply detailed and colorful artwork to garments like never before. If you’re just hearing about it for the first time, you might be surprised to find out that it’s actually all around you. Dye sublimation printing is widely used for creating custom garments from small business all the way up to major international corporations!
Dye Sublimation Printing
So what’s the all the sublimation hype about? For one thing, you don’t have to simplify your creative vision because you can do as many colors as you want with ease, so even a picture is a piece of cake to print. But let’s not be shallow and think only about looks because dye sublimation printing has even more to offer. The sublimation process uses special heat reactive dyes that convert from a solid into a gas when heated and because of this the print is actually infused with the fibers of the fabric you’re printing on. Instead of sitting on the surface, your print becomes a permanent part of the garment so you don’t have to worry about cracking or peeling for the lifetime of the piece!
That’s just the tip of the iceberg of how dye sublimation printing can work for you, so if you’re interested in contracting sublimation services, you can come to us at AMBRO Manufacturing. You can easily contact us to place an order, or to learn more about our company and all of the customization services we have to offer, by email or by giving us a call at (908) 806-8337.
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Cody walks us through the all new Quick Order App, the fastest way to order your consumables without taking you away from production. Available in the Apple App Store as well as Google Play!
At Ryonet we love to educate first. With classes across the U.S., online design courses and thousands of how-to videos; education is the cornerstone of what we do. Join us and start #PoweringThePrint.
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This morning I refreshed a couple of my gelatin printing plates. As you may have discovered they shrink a bit and get stiffer over time. This happens because the water evaporates.
You can see in the picture below that the gelatin plate shrank about 1/2 ” on the top and bottom.
Before melting the printing plates, I cut some rectangles, squares and circles. I found that it was easy to cut the gelatin with scissors. I punched the circles with recycled caps, but I think a nice cookie cutter would make a cleaner cut.
Then I pulled out some acrylic paint and hand printed this tote bag! Fun stuff.
If you would like to explore hand printing fabric with the gelatin plate then read the details and join us in the next session of Monoprinting Fabric. Class starts soon.
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Gallery Openings / Exhibitions
The Haight Street Art Center invites you to see ARTIFACTS, an exhibition honoring the life and work of pioneering artist Emek. This extensive retrospective highlights many key works from Emek’s award-winning career. Hailed as “the thinking man’s poster artist” by Henry Rollins, Emek is known for his deeply nuanced illustrations, stitching together allusions to popular culture with deeper meditations on a wide variety of issues and causes. In an Emek poster, environmentalism and civil rights merge with rock music in a seamless blend of art and activism. Join us for this exclusive exhibition devoted to one of history’s most innovative and acclaimed poster artists.
Opening Reception: Saturday February 24th, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun 11:00am to 5:00pm
The Haight Street Art Center
215 Haight St (at Laguna)
San Francisco, CA 94102
***ART SHOW RELEASE PRINT & General Art at Show (for purchase) info.
On February 24th at 6pm visitors will have the opportunity to get a commemorative silkscreen, made for Emeks’ HSAC art show. “Artifacts” is a 24″ x 18″ silkscreen print on Gold Foil paper. A limited edition of 300 is available only at the Haight Street Art Center on Opening Day and available until all 300 are gone. Each poster is signed, numbered & doodled by the honored artist.
There will be roughly 100 miscellaneous posters for sale at the HSAC Gift Shop and 200 posters on display throughout the museum. T- Shirts, Hoodies and an assortment of rare items Emek has made throughout his 25 year career, such as, doodles, original drawings and other surprise works will also be sold by the Gift Shop.
Emek will be in attendance for the “Artifacts” 25 Year Retrospective HSAC Art Opening on February 24th from 6- 8pm PST for meet & greet, autographs and selfies
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Sally Centigrade Gallery are almost halfway through their 23rd release in the ‘Travel By Screen’ series! Leslie brings to life the human side of West Virginia, through a retro feeling image of shared experience and wonder.
On sale Friday, February 23rd at 12pm Mountain time (11am PST) HERE.
“Evergreen Seven” by Leslie Norris. 18″ x 24″ 6-color Screenprint. Ed of 25 S/N. $50
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Justin Santora has 2 new prints available. On sale now HERE.
“The Weather in Caerbannog” by Justin Santora. 18″ x 24″ 6-color Screenprint. Ed of 75 S/N. $30
“Strident/Particular” by Justin Santora. 18″ x 24″ 10-color Screenprint. Ed of 100 S/N. $40
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